Advanced upper lid blepharoplasty

R J Siegel
Clinics in Plastic Surgery 1992, 19 (2): 319-28
Advanced blepharoplasty invaginates the upper lid tissues. It requires an intimate familiarity with the anatomy of the upper lid. The two keys to success are (1) approaching the deep fascia network via strip resection of the pretarsal fascia and (2) forming a free edge of the levator aponeurosis. The result is an attractive and permanent upper lid fold.

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